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A worsening child-immigration emergency prompted a blame game among Colorado politicos last week as candidates in key upcoming elections jockeyed for position on a politically dicey issue for all involved. Developments involving the thousands of … more
The Englewood City Council took the next step in the search for a new city manager when they met behind closed doors on July 14. “The search firm has identified 13 semifinalists,” said Sue Eaton, Englewood human resources director. “The … more
Gay-marriage supporters have earned another set of victories as judges in separate court cases moved Colorado one step closer to recognizing same-sex nuptials. On July 10, a district court judge … more
President Barack Obama told a Denver audience on July 9 that the country's economy is better off now than when he took office five years ago and blasted Republicans in Congress who "have blocked or voted down every serious idea to helping the middle class." more
Arapahoe Community College has received a $15,000 grant from The Denver Foundation, designated for childcare stipends for low-income students. “Arapahoe Community College is very thankful for this grant, and we extend our most sincere gratitude … more
About 40 people moved around to greet friends and chat it up, while they waited for lunch to be served July 3 at the Malley Senior Recreation Center. “Malley and the Volunteers of America join forces to serve lunch five days a week,” said the … more
Englewood City Council has given consensus approval for the community development department to make a number of changes to the city's commercial catalyst program for a two-year trial period. The commercial catalyst program was created in 1997 as … more
The project transforming the Englewood Train Depot into a letterpress museum has moved more slowly than owner Tom Parson expected. “I though completing the things that had to be done so we could start work on the building would go faster but I … more
Motors pump cement into forms, cranes raise sections into place as work progresses on the apartment complex being built on the former Flood Middle School location at Kenyon and Broadway. The project will cover about 4.4 acres. The former site of … more
The owner of a stolen car called police at approximately 6 p.m. July 7 to inform them he found his vehicle parked on the 4000 block of South Windermere Street. Officers arrived on scene and met with the 40-year-old owner of the vehicle. After the … more
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